The Kalish workshop will be held this year from June 11-15 at Ball State University. The workshop is an intense four and a half days of intense training in storytelling through visual editing with an emphasis in multimedia. Participants will walk away from the workshop having learned to establish a narrative, select media mix, edit the narrative, and produce the story for online and print publication.
Over the week, the faculty will lead participants in a combination of lectures, hands-on exercises, critiques, and group discussions. This year’s multimedia faculty includes Brian Storm of MediaStorm and Geri Migielicz of Story4. Additional sessions include Danny Gawlowski, The Seattle Times; Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post; Kenny Irby, The Poynter Institue; John Rumbach, The Herald; and Scott Sines, The Commercial Appeal.
This year the National Press Photographers Association and Associated Press Photo Managers are each offering two full-tuition scholarships. In addition, The Kalish workshop will be offering ten stipends toward registration. MediaStorm will also be offering attending participants a discount on online training products.
Deadlines for all scholarships and workshop registration is April 1, 2012.
Register now on The Kalish website.
Eligibility and application information for the NPPA full-tuition scholarships available here.
To apply for an APPM full-tuition scholarship, send an email to John Rumbach, president of APPM, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us about yourself and explain why you want to attend The Kalish. Preference will be given to APPM members.